Hwange Bush Camp
Hwange Bush Camp is situated in the remote northern region of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. The Robins area of Hwange National Park offers guests scenic diversity with rugged terrain, open grass lands, woodland, natural springs and water points, with the advantage of few other visitors.
Accommodation & Facilities
Shaded by a canopy of trees, Hwange Bush Camp caters for a maximum of twelve guests in six Meru tents, each with en-suite bathrooms including flush loos and a bush shower with hot water on request. There is a shady lounge and dining area for mealtimes, or to relax during the heat of the day. Meals are cooked on a wood burning stove and include fresh breads and rolls as well as delicate filo parcels and chocolate eclair desserts.
Wildlife & Activities
Activities at Hwange Bush Camp include wildlife drives and walks, often morphing between the two if the tracks of a herd of buffalo or the resident pride of lions is spotted. This is an excellent area for longer walks, with beautiful rocky hills and valleys to explore. The nearby waterhole is a great place to spend the last hours of the day watching animals coming down to drink.